Refinishing of a Mid-century office chair. This 1940’s to 1950’s commercial office chair was purchased by our customer who wanted to use it in his home office. The chair was remarkably well made and did not need any regluing—all of the joints were solid. The wood was refinished using the same shade of stain as the original and a satin finish was used to blend in with the other pieces in the home offce. Our customer is now enjoying his like-new chair while running his home business.
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Fine Furniture Refinishing
Furniture with deep gouges to the surface, heavy wear or water damage can be made to look like new again. Dining tables, buffets, end tables, beds and other furniture can be refinished—often at a fraction of the cost of new. Weber’s highly skilled craftsmen will duplicate the original factory finish or create a custom finish with the color and gloss of your choice. We use only the finest coatings available—the same as used by America’s leading furniture manufacturers.
Weber’s fourteen step refinishing process is thorough:
- Disassemble where necessary
- Hand strip existing finish; chemical wash clean and neutralize
- Machine and hand sand complete piece; finish—then sand
- Hand stain when necessary using pigment and/or dye stains
- Apply high solid coat of vinyl sealer once dry—then sand
- Repeat Step 5
- Evaluate color tone; shade and blend where necessary to achieve consistency
- Repeat Step 5
- Glaze in pigment to accent where necessary
- Repeat step 5
- Prepare all surfaces for 1st top coat of catalyzed lacquer—then sand
- Top coat using catalyzed lacquer in designated sheen level
- Prepare all surfaces for final top coat of catalyed lacquer—then sand
- Apply final top coat using catalyzed lacquer in designated sheen level
Our aim is to restore your furniture to its original beauty and give you many more years of service.